July 2010

Features

Exploring Kapolei

Exploring Kapolei

We discover 27 reasons to head out west.

Farm to Table: Coffee

Farm to Table: Coffee

Find out more about how Hawaii's coffee gets from the farm to your table.

Chief Concerns

Chief Concerns

HONOLULU sits down with HPD’s new chief, Louis Kealoha, and takes a look at crime and law enforcement in the city today.

Departments

Letters to the Editor: Feedback

...on grading the public schools, the next horrible shoe fad and Portland.

Dining Reviews: Dining: In Search of Sake

Or, the curse of the Sake Column. (INSIDE: The Sake Shop, Natsunoya Tea House, Genius Lounge Sake Bar & Grill)

Exclusives Module: A Preview of the August Issue

From "cheap eats" to "10 places you can't go," Honolulu Magazine's August issue is a must-read.

Exclusives Module: Smokey and Giraffe's Sweet Treats

We check out this Honolulu-based online bakery, and taste its grand selection of desserts.

Exclusives Module: ESPN Sports Festival

This Saturday, stop by Kakaako Park for ESPN 1420's first sports festival.

Calabash: A Preview of the August Issue

From "cheap eats" to "10 places you can't go," Honolulu Magazine's August issue is a must-read.

Calabash: Smokey and Giraffe's Sweet Treats

We check out this Honolulu-based online bakery, and taste its grand selection of desserts.

Calabash: ESPN Sports Festival

This Saturday, stop by Kakaako Park for ESPN 1420's first sports festival.

Calabash: Save That Landmark

The Historic Hawaii Foundation is accepting nominations for its 2010 list of Hawaii’s Most Endangered Historic Sites.

Calabash: Meals on Wheels

A new delivery service, Aloha 2 Go, will bring you food from more than 20 local restaurants.

Calabash: Huzzah!

Our Town: Secret Stash

Meet Lynn Davis, keeper of the rare books collection at UH.

Food: Local Flavors

Kona Sea Salt has released a new twist on a favorite local product with “Hawaiian Furikake with Kona Sea Salt."

Around Town: Things to do in July in Hawaii

This month, treat yourself to a tasty hot dog, learn about Korean culture and beef up your rare coin collection.

Sports: Personal Best

This year, the Tinman Triathlon celebrates its 30th year. One athlete shares how it’s truly a race for everyone.

Environment: Legislative Score Card

The 2010 legislative session is pau, so let’s recap the status of five environment-related bills and see how they did.

Field Notes: Exploring Kapolei

We discover 27 reasons to head out west.

Field Notes: Field Guide: Koko Head Avenue

Discover quilting classes, kimono-inspired clothing, yoga mats and Swarovski crystals along this Kaimukī street.

Dining: Dining: In Search of Sake

Or, the curse of the Sake Column. (INSIDE: The Sake Shop, Natsunoya Tea House, Genius Lounge Sake Bar & Grill)

From Our Files

July archives

Afterthoughts: Afterthoughts: Naked Ambition

A documentary on hippies reminds me why Hawaii could use a few nude beaches.

Editor's Page: Editor's Page: Building Kapolei

Most people who live in Kapolei don’t work in Kapolei—but would really like to. How can we help?